Microsoft Patches Stuxnet exploit

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Included in Microsoft's monster patch on Tuesday is a patch to block the infamous Stuxnet worm and deny one of its propagation routines from executing any potentially malicious code as SYSTEM. Included in the latest patch from Microsoft are fixes for up to 49 vulnerabilities.

Windows, IE, Office and .NET Framework components all vulnerable to the EoP exploited

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